Today’s episode marks a very big milestone on the Blunt Dissection show as we reach our second birthday!
We needed a big episode to celebrate, and I am thrilled to say that my guest, Dr. Bree Montana, absolutely nailed it.
Dr. Montana, or Bree as I can now call her since we’re blunt dissection besties, gained her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ohio State University.
After graduation, she worked in emergency hospitals before moving into general practice and eventually practice ownership where much of her real ‘learning’ began. Safe to say the road was bumpy.
Outside of her practice, Bree has served as a member of UC Davis’ College of Veterinary Medicine’s External Advisory and Admissions Boards is a past Board member of the VIN Foundation. And, somehow, finds time to act as the Director of the VINFoundation’s Vets4Vets programs – a place where vets struggling with a range of physical, emotional, and psychological problems receive much-needed support.
She is also in high demand as a speaker on the subject of caregiver compassion fatigue.
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Back to Dr. Bree. Her’s is a story of work, struggle, and ultimately, balance and joy. There is something here for anyone who ever dared to pull on a white coat and throw a stethoscope around their neck. And I hope for some of you, this episode is going to change everything – in a good way.
So, without further preamble, I present to you, my interview with the amazing, Dr. Bree Montana.